There's nothing more frustrating than placing a product in your shopping cart only to discover at the register that the product is more expensive than it was stated to be. At Andrews, we understand the importance of a reliable bottom line.
We also understand that paying for college is a semester-by-semester process. This is why our friendly financial advisors are eager and willing to keep you and your student informed of important deadlines. You are assigned a financial advisor based on the first letter of your last name. Paying for Andrews will take planning, will be guided by a supportive staff, will be subsidized by scholarships when applicable and will keep the buyer in full knowledge of what is being paid for and how much it costs.
That's why we've supplied you a straightforward chart of what it costs to attend Andrews University. We choose to be transparent with the net price of your Andrews experience and not just the isolated tuition cost. You will also see important expenses which are also a part of attendance at Andrews. This includes secondary expenses and insurance costs. For a look at the price of Andrews check out our tuition and fees.
In just minutes, by using the Net Price Calculator you'll be able to get an immediate and valuable initial idea of how various financial resources can come together so that your child can afford an Andrews University degree.
Students are responsible for setting up the “Authorized User” through TouchNet® Student Account Center. Then parents are able to go to TouchNet® and make the needed arrangements. For more information visit Student Financial Services.
We at Andrews like to keep your financial checklist as simple as possible. Remember this simple process and your student will be able to register for their classes before the classes begin, purchase books and move into their residence hall as soon as they arrive on campus, and start eating at Dining Services. We have How-to Video Tutorials to assist you in the process including applying for finanical aid and financial clearance. Financial advisors are there to help with any additional questions.
If the student is a U.S. resident, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is key to federal and state student aid. Even if they don't expect to take out federal loans, we recommend completing the FAFSA. It will allow them to be considered for other types of assistance through Andrews University's Office of Student Financial Services. Make sure to file feredal taxes early. Apply online at fafsa.ed.gov and use the Data Retrieval Tool to link tax information. It generally takes two–three weeks for the Federal Student Aid Programs office to prepare its report, and we will need that before we can evaluate the aid request. Remember, the FAFSA will ask them to supply federal school codes for every university to which they are applying. The Andrews University code is 002238.
Once their FAFSA has been filed and other needed financial aid documents are in, the Student Financial Services team will prepare an award package. If taking federal loans, first-time borrowers will need to complete Loan Entrance Counseling and sign a Master Promissory Note.
Still unsure? There's good news–our Student Financial Services has a page with all the resources you could possibly need, including FAFSA explanation, FAQs, and the process to registration. And if that doesn't clear up any lingering questions, please contact our skilled staff to make sure your student's financial registration goes as quickly and smoothly as possible.
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